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My boyfriend got his license suspended in Illinois for 6 months for getting two tickets in under 2 years. The first was in Illinois and the 2nd in Iowa. However, he got a lawyer to fight the Iowa ticket and they granted him differed prosecution (after he was told this would hold up in Illinois and he would get his license back). However, now he keeps getting different answers for whether he will get his license back or not. Now that the ticket is "off his record" in Iowa, will Illinois give him his license back? We can't get a straight answer or talk to anyone that seems to know what is going on at our local DMV or up at Springfield. Thank youIt might we worth mentioning that at first my boyfriend simply paid the fine, but upon realizing it meant a suspended license he went back and had a lawyer fight it and got the case reopened and changed to differed prosecution. I hope this helps. His job depends on getting his license back as soon as possible, so I'm really hoping it goes through in Illinois. It's been around 2 weeks since the paperwork was sent from the Iowa county, but he has only been able to talk to customer service representatives at the Springfield DMV, and they none seem to know whether differed prosecution is accepted as a way to get his license back. The woman at our local DMV first said it would work, and then after it was done she claimed it wouldn't (and denied ever saying it would). We just need to know, because if it won't work, this is valuable time we could be trying to work something else out.